Emma Janson

I'm a "say what's on your mind" girl from a small town in Ohio.  I've been told I'm tactless but that I offer wonderful advice in the same sentence.  I believe it's a good balance. 

Things that are important to me.  I support and advocate GLBT issues after coming out oft he closet and education for Narcolepsy and other sleep disorders since writing Narcoleptic Hooker.  I suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after a tragic experiences in Afghanistan changed my life.  Much like GLBT concerns and Narcolepsy - PTSD needs positive representation so the world can see that it is possible to move beyond the label.  I currently run the Free Fish Campaign, inspired by Discovering Sanity, to help sufferers of mental health disorders. It's a place where communication is the staple of our advocacy.  

Keep checking back for links and updates and thank you so very much for supporting me.
Sincerely,
Emma Janson

A little more about my books:  I wrote Unashamed; Memoirs of How the Closet Can Kiss My Ass as an account of the craziest part of my life.  Years later, I've become ironically responsible but it came with growth, struggle and age.  Although my wild child days are over, sexual exploration is just budding for others.  My hope is that readers find their own place in the world no matter the crap they have to go through to get there.  Read the book just to get a few laughs or shake your head at the unbelievable misadventures I have gotten myself into.  My second book Narcoleptic Hooker dives deep into the life of a narcoleptic prostitute with mob affiliations.  It's intertwining gangster plots have been a blast to create and I hope it sucks you into turning the next page.  Pun intended.  I wrote it on the suggestion of a good friend who believed in me as a fiction writer and I love it so much I'm doing a series with my short bursts of spare time.  Discovering Sanity was intended to be a light hearted comedy but I was buried under the cloud of PTSD when I wrote it.  The result is darker and more twisted than my first two books. They say art imitates life, now I see the truth in it.

Emma Janson

​Author of books that are fresh, fun, bold and a bit insane